Amazing Wings and Fries at St. Louis Bar & Grill!

Located at 1383 16th Avenue in Richmond Hill

After three hours or so of playing badminton at Flying Dragon on Thanksgiving Monday (the time just FLEW by — get it? ;P), a few of us went to St. Louis Bar & Grill for lunch.  We were originally planning to go next door to Magic Noodle, but they were packed, so we ditched the line-up.  This was a much better choice because we got to eat wings as a team!
I haven’t had baskets of wings in a while. 😀

There are numerous locations of St. Louis Bar & Grill all over the GTA.  This is a relatively newer one in Richmond Hill in this plaza (there is also a McDonald’s and Zoup! next door).  It’s a great bar place to hang out to watch games (such as the Blue Jays that were playing later that night) and indulge in bar food and drinks.

Happy bar and restaurant with comfortable seats and many TV screens

Since we were getting wings, it was a no brainer that we were going to order one pound of wings each.  Each pound of wings came with French fries in a basket.  We each chose a different flavour of wings:  Salt & Pepper, Garlic Parmesan, Mild Thai, Hot & Honey, and one more that I couldn’t remember (Maple Vindaloo?). XD

I think St. Louis Bar & Grill revamped their menu; it looks so much more sleek and fun to look through!

Beer & Wings — good combo! (We didn’t have any beer though)

I was so excited for the wings and because we were all famished.

Here they were!  We took a lot of pictures and Snapchats before we started to eat (including selfies).

Five baskets of wings! 😀 😀

Lunch Wings with Fries. $11.49

These wings were so good!  They were slightly crispy on the outside and moist inside.  Each basket also came with a little side of creamy Caesar sauce.  It was delicious!  I really liked the Garlic Parmesan wings.

Here is the Salt & Pepper Wing. I originally planned to take a picture of each flavour of wing before I devoured each one but I gave up after this first one because I was too busy eating and my fingers were greasy 😀

Lastly, I also really adored the fries.  It’s my habit to eat the fries first usually but because there were so many delicious wings, I ate those first before devouring all the fries.  These fries were thick, soft on the inside, and so good.  There was just something about them that were perfectly tasting and tasted so comforting.  I actually ate a lot more fries than the other guys.  I completely finished two baskets of fries because the others were all full already.  Hehe.  There were still a lot of fries left over too.

Yay St. Louis Bar & Grill!

Jason looks photoshopped into the picture haha

I liked that lunch was less than $12 per person for all the wings and fries we had.  I was very satisfied and happy. 😀  Service was great too!

Whenever I have cravings for wings and these specific fries, I will come visit you, St. Louis Bar & Grill. =)

St. Louis Bar and Grill Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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5 Responses to Amazing Wings and Fries at St. Louis Bar & Grill!

  1. gchan7127 says:

    OMG so lame. The time just “flew” by, get it? LOL Flying dragon.

    Very well played, my dear.

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